The Building Better Opportunities - Supporting Enterprise strand is off to a flying start having already completed 3 Team Challenges!
The first Team Challenge delivered was to name and create a logo for the programme.
What was the Team Challenge?
7 unemployed people were set the challenge of creating an inspiring name and logo for the BBO Supporting Enterprise programme that would communicate the ethos and exciting opportunities on offer.
The group researched names for programmes, projects and third sector groups and how that linked to the work and ethos delivered.
Once the group decided upon a shortlist of names they presented their ideas to the programme manager and Dorset Community Actions's CEO for feedback.
The next step was to design a logo and engage with a local printer designer for support.
And here it is!
WHAT IS A TEAM CHALLENGE?
Looking to challenge yourself and gain life long skills and experiences?
Inspire Dorset - Team Challenge
- Identify a community need or challenge and create an idea to solve it
- For 10 weeks take the idea through to delivery and host an incredible rewarding project.
- One to One coaching available
- Advice, mentoring and coaching from community businesses and project leads.
- Make valuable life long connections to support you.
If you are interested in getting involved in the Building Better Opportunities – Supporting Enterprise Program funded by the Big Lottery and European Social Fund get in touch with Steen Stones
EMAIL STEEN.STONES@YTKO.COM or call 07585 976 383
Forum will take place at the Bournemouth Town Hall 5.45 till 7.45
The audience will be made up of representatives from voluntary sector groups as well as statutory partners.
If you are interested in attending and presenting, please let us know no later than 6th October.
A screen and PowerPoint will be available if you would like to make use of slides.
To find out more about what our Equality and Diversity Forum is please visit our website or go to here: https://goo.gl/HCCgns
Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 October 2017
The One World by the Sea Festival will explore the influence of international culture and diversity on local cinema, music, dance, food and education. It will be supported by an eclectic mix of fringe events and venues across Bournemouth and Poole.
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